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Photos: Los Angeles Marathon

LOS ANGELES, CA- MARCH 17: The LA Marathon makes its way onto Broadway in Chinatown at the two-mile mark on Sunday, March 17, 2024. Over 25,000 runners competed this year. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
The LA Marathon makes its way onto Broadway in Chinatown at the two-mile mark on Sunday. (Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times)

Runners are able to get a glimpse of Los Angeles as they participate in the 2024 L.A. Marathon. This year, the 26.2-mile course took more than 25,000 runners past iconic spots including Dodger Stadium, City Hall, Disney Concert Hall and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

Check out photos from L.A. Times staffers along the route.

Ericson Orlanes keeps warm in mylar blanket before the start of the 39th Los Angeles Marathon.
(Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times)

Ericson Orlanes keeps warm in mylar blanket before the start of the marathon.

Runners start the 39th Los Angeles Marathon at Dodger Stadium.
(Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times)

Runners start the 39th Los Angeles Marathon at Dodger Stadium.

Runners start the 39th Los Angeles Marathon
(Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times)

Runners walk the start.

A runner holds U.S. and Mexican flags in the L.A. Marathon.
(Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)

A runner represents two countries in downtown Los Angeles.

Runners smile as the L.A. Marathon begins.
(Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times)

The route begins at Dodger Stadium.

Plastic cups spill out of a trash bin and all over the street.
(Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)

A trash bin is maxed out at a water station downtown.

A runner wears a cheesehead hat at the L.A. Marathon.
Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times
A runner sports interesting headgear
Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times
A runner crosses the finish line wearing clothing to celebrate St. Patricks Day
Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times

Some runners went all-in on accessories.

A man holds a sign reading "Only 26.2 Smiles To Go" at the L.A. Marathon.
(Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times)

A sign to encourage (or discourage) runners.

Runners pass Walt Disney Concert Hall at the four-mile mark.
(Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times)

Runners pass Walt Disney Concert Hall at the four-mile mark.

Dancers greet runners in Chinatown.
(Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times)

Dancers greet runners in Chinatown.

Runners put on a warm wrap after crossing the finish line.
(Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times)

Runners put on a warm wrap after crossing the finish line.

Francisco Sanclemente is the wheelchair winner.
(Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Francisco Sanclemente is the first-place wheelchair winner.

Dominic Ngeno and Stacy Ndiwa, the first male finisher and the first female finisher celebrate their wins
(Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

Dominic Ngeno and Stacy Ndiwa, the first male finisher and the first female finisher celebrate their wins.

Runners rest after crossing the finish line.
(Dania Maxwell/Los Angeles Times)

Runners rest after crossing the finish line.

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This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.